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June 16, 2011 Subject:
Dr Seuss meets Warner Brothers
I love this series of cartoons. Thanks for making them available all in one place. All are equal to the Termite Terrace standard of their day and have the added virtue of relaxed censorship (guys in the army were the audience, Anything to entertain our boys was allowed as long as the end product also met minimum standards of informing the same lot not to over-emulate Every-Boob SNAFU.
This early entry in the series may be the best of them all sheerly due to the match-up of vintage Warner Brothers excellence with the guiding imagination of Ted Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss. He'd helped dream up this propaganda project and his presence (and his familiar rhymes and art work is most strongly felt here. The baloney flying around thanks to rumors spread is brilliantly conceived and executed. An animation classic.